Cary Katz opened to 20,000 from the hijack, Ivan Leow called on the button and Artru Martirosyan defended his big blind. The dealer spread out [ad8c4h] on the flop, action checked to Katz who continued for 50,000 and only Leow called to see the [3h] turn card. Kats jammed all in, totaling
Stephen Chidwick limped the hijack and Cary Katz raised to 40,000 in the cutoff. Aaron Van Blarcum bumped it up to 240,000 on the button and action folded back to Katz who called for his total stack of 82,000. Cary Katz: [astd] Aaron Van Blarcum: [ackd] The flop was not beautiful for Katz
The flop read [kcjc6d] when Cary Katz found the rest of his chips go into the middle and Danny Tang was the only player to call. Cary Katz: [qctd] Danny Tang: [6s6h] The [jd] turn and [8h] river failed to improve Katz, sending the pot to Tang with his set of sixes.
Short stack Cary Katz moved all in preflop on the button with [AcJh] for 500,000, called by Webster Lim in the big blind with [8c8d]. The board was paint-free: [9d7s4s5h2s] and Katz leaves his fourth final table this week without a payday.
Cary Katz opened, Michael Addamo called in the small blind and Luc Greenwood pushed all in, totaling around 465,000. Katz was the only player to stick around as Addamo let his hand go and the two that remained tabled their hands. Luc Greenwood: [9d9c] Cary Katz: [ahac] The board rolled out [8h2h2c4d5h] and
Cary Katz opened to 20,000 from the hijack, Christoph Vogelsang called on the button and Phil Ivey defended his big blind. The dealer fanned out [jh6h5s] on the flop and action checked to Vogelsang who bet 25,000. Only Katz stuck around to see the [7d] turn and both players then checked
Cary Katz jammed the cutoff for 910,000 holding [8h9c]. Lurking behind him was Sam Greenwood with [QhQc] and the second biggest stack: he got a call and failed to improve on a [Ac7sJdKcAh] board. Another final table and another almost-trophy for Katz, who has put on a bravura performance so far
Aaron Van Blarcum limped the hijack and Phil Ivey called in the cutoff. Cary Katz pushed his 650,000 stack into the middle and Blarcum instantly shoved over the top. Ivey folded and the two players turned over their hands. Cary Katz: [ahjh] Aaron Van Blarcum: [ackh] Katz was behind but a [jsjd7s] flop
The flop showed [qsjctd] and there was about 120,000 in the pot. Cary Katz led out for 90,000 and found just one caller in Ivan Leow. The [qh] landed on the turn, Katz checked to Leow who fired in 275,000 which left him with about 120,000 behind. Katz used three time
Cary Katz moved all in for 120,000 total and Dmitriy Kuzmin called, putting Katz at risk. Cary Katz: [asjd] Dmitriy Kuzmin: [khqh] The dealer spread out [9d7h7djc9h] on the board and Katz took down the pot with his two pair, doubling through Kuzmin.